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John Sterling Gives His Regards to Broadway, Again

From the man who brought us "Curtis, you're something sort of Grandish!" comes this call for Lance Berkman's first home run as a Yankee, hit in the fifth inning last night: "Sir Lancelot rides to the rescue! C'est lui! C'est lui!" The Sterling scholars at the Internet's most dangerous John Sterling website explain its origin with the help of Twitter: It's a reference to the musical Camelot, in which Lancelot sings a song called "C'est Moi," or "It's Me," which Sterling has changed to "C'est lui" or "It's him." Wow. Just ... wow. [IIHIIFIIC]

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